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Some of the leading academics in the field of English Literature will be on hand to enhance knowledge and inspire English teachers at OCR’s packed CPD day on Monday 11 March in London EC1.
Organised in conjunction with the EMC English and Media Centre and with Royal Holloway, University of London, delegates will be able to hear lectures by Professor Robert Eaglestone, Professor of Contemporary Literature and Thought at Royal Holloway, on the purpose of literary criticism, and by Dr Eric Langley, also from Royal Holloway, on representations of the body in Shakespeare.
Specialist workshops covering a range of topics including Approaches to Of Mice and Men, Feminism and other fairy tales in Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber, The Teaching of Narrative at AS, The Contemporary Novel, and many others, will be on offer throughout the day.
The first OCR English Conference on 11 March is designed for anyone delivering programmes of learning for English from Entry Level to A Level, regardless of awarding body. It is particularly relevant for all OCR English qualifications including Entry Level, GCSE, A Level and Living Texts.
At a recent OCR CPD event in history, one delegate commented: “Great to attend a course that is subject focused and not just about mark schemes”.
For more details and to book a place on this full day CPD event, visit www.ocreventbooker.org.uk